Buller Air Zone
Flora & Fauna
State Law prohibits dogs in Alpine Resorts, unless a Permit has been issued by the relevant Alpine Resort Management Board (RMB). Dogs and other introduced species (particularly cats) can be a to the general public and a serious threat to native wildlife. Short stay and temporary permits are not available. The penalty for bringing a dog into the Mt Buller Resort without a permit is $2000.
No dogs are allowed at Mt Stirling and cats are strictly prohibited at both resorts.
If you wish to request a permit for a dog for the 2019 winter season this will commence during April 2019, please note previous permit holders will be contacted directly via email.
New applicants can email firstname.lastname@example.org to request an application form from April. For further information about criteria for obtaining a permit for your dog, please click here.
Mt Buller is committed to protecting and enhancing this special place.
Mt Buller is home to a number of rare and special plants and animals.
It's easy to make a few changes and save our precious water resources
It's simple to recycle and reduces our impact on this fragile environment.
Climate change is impacting our fragile alpine environment.
How can I reduce food waste and make compost up here?
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